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Just Friends (23-Nov-2005)

Director: Roger Kumble

Writer: Adam "Tex" Davis

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

A successful music producer is forced to confront his undesirable past when he comes face-to-face with his old high school crush.

Overweight and conventionally unattractive high schooler Chris Brander became the laughingstock of his campus when his confession of a longtime attraction to friend and classmate Jamie Palamino was met with bemused rejection. Flash forward to a remarkably changed scene some years later: Chris, now a handsome hunk, is one of Hollywood's brightest music producers, coveted by top acts and beautiful women the world over. A chance occurrence in the course of delivering talent Samantha James to Paris brings the new Chris face to face with same-as-always Jamie, determined to exploit his standing and appearance to win her heart once and for all.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robin Dunne
19-Nov-1976   Borderline Normal
Fred Ewanuick
23-Jun-1971   Hank Yarbo on Corner Gas
Anna Faris
29-Nov-1976   Scary Movie
Julie Hagerty
15-Jun-1955   Airplane!
Chris Klein
14-Mar-1979   "Oz" Ostreicher in American Pie
Chris Marquette
3-Oct-1984   Adam Rove on Joan of Arcadia
Ryan Reynolds
23-Oct-1976   Van Wilder
Stephen Root
17-Nov-1951   Jimmy James on News Radio
Ashley Scott
13-Jul-1977   Dark Angel
Amy Smart
26-Mar-1976   Outside Providence


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